I have a very crafty friend that had a birthday recently. ？She always makes me the most wonderful gifts for my birthday and Christmas and I wanted to do the same for her. ？I thought that this might be the perfect occasion to cut up some of my Crafty Chloe fabric.
Last summer when my Mom and Aunt were visiting we went in search of this fabric and found it. ？I think they might have thought I was a bit crazy since I bought lots and lots of it. ？But I have LOTS of crafty friends and I knew that the fabric would come in handy!personalised gifts for men
I decided to make her a simple zip pouch. I make a lot of these， but I really do think that they come in handy. ？Fun ways to stash away notebooks and things like that.
To make it I used Elizabeth Hartman’；s Quilt As you Go tutorialunique gifts for grandpa， but didn’；t quilt it until the end. ？I just used her tutorial for the piecing.
The rest of the fabrics are a variety of ones in my scrap bin. ？ ？I must say I think the sewing girl is my favorite illustration on the print!
How to make Color Salt Dough Ornaments – a whimsical way to decorate for Christmas and a fun activity for both adults and children. These Color Salt Dough Ornaments can adorn a Christmas tree or be used as handmade gift tags.A fewyears ago, the girls and I made salt dough ornaments together. I had fond memories of making them as a child and wanted to share that with them. After the girls talked us into their own personal Christmas trees this year,I realized that we needed an abundance of shatterproof ornaments.We spent the morning making color salt dough ornaments with a friend. It’sa beautiful way to decorate their trees, without a lot of effort or expense. We mixed a soft pink, light blue, mint green and yellow and pressed away with cookie cutters.
Turn the windows of your living room and bedroom into the focal point of your home by beautifying them with the perfect curtains, valances, trimmings and curtain rods. Buying extravagant windows for the complete house is not a feasible option always, however, changing bits and pieces here and there can make the windows attractive and central to your room’s decoration.
We love Christmas around here!? I mean who doesn’t…..but I’d have to admit my favorite holiday as a kid was always Halloween, because —> CANDY!!! Ha!? Always an addict! ;) But once I started realizing that Christmas held so many of my favorite memories and traditions, it quickly hopped into first place.